You remember the ranch from when you were young. In fact, those days are some of your favorite memories. You loved everything about visiting your uncle on the ranch where he worked in Colorado. The wide-open space. The horses. The beauty of the nearby mountains. Your uncle worked on that ranch, and every summer he and the ranch owner were happy to let you visit for a couple of weeks. Now, you actually have a opportunity to purchase a luxury ranch for sale not too far from the place where you spent your most favorite days as a youth. What a difference one generation makes. Your uncle was a ranchhand, and now you actually have the means to become a ranch owner.
There are just over 2.2 million farms in America. This means that some of the wide open space in this country is used for livestock and crop production. Some portion of land in this country, however, is available as luxury ranch for sale. Space that is yours for the taking. You can use the land for hunting with your friends and family; you can use the land as a weekend get away from the fast pace of the big city; or, you can take charge of your life and move to the beautiful open space a ranch provides.
If you so desire, you can also transform part of the luxury ranch for sale that you purchase into productive farmland and grazing pasture to earn a financial return on your investment. In California, for example, the top three agricultural exports are almonds, dairy products, and wine. In fact, farms in the state of California lead the nation in the production of 66 different crops, including almonds and artichokes, dates and figs, raisins and kiwifruit, as well as olives, clingstone peaches, pistachios, prunes, pomegranates, sweet rice, and walnuts. In the heartland of Nebraska, farms export $23 billion in agriculture goods to the world. Imagine the possibilities if you combined your love for wide open space with the economic benefits of an agricultural business.
We live in a fast paced world that often leaves little time and space to reflect on the things that really mater in life — the beauty of nature, time spent with family, and the glory of having a day to walk through the lands of this country. What are you doing to slow down the pace of your family’s busy schedule? Might a piece of land in the open space of Colorado, Wyoming, Texas, New Mexico, or California help you rekindle the days of your youth?